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Quaker diaries, journals, commonplace books and small manuscript collections

Material Description

Summary

The Haverford College Libraries request support of $59,328 to catalog and describe 166 linear feet of diaries, journals, commonplace books, other manuscript volumes and collections. As a social group, the Quakers had expansive influence in important civil rights issues and beyond. As such, the topics covered by these materials include: slavery and anti-slavery: war and pacifism; gardening and agriculture; mental health issues; Native Americans; science; literature; mysticism; relief and reconstruction; prison reform; travel; colonialism and nationhood; and the American experience over time. The funds from CLIR will expose significant scholarly resources that will directly impact teaching, research and the discovery of new knowledge.

Program:

Digitizing Hidden Collections

Amount Awarded:

$59,328

Year Added:

2014

Institution

Haverford College

Contact(s)

Dr. Theresa Snyder
Haverford College



Date Range

1750 - 1957

Geographic Scope

International

Materials

  • 166 Manuscript